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CIL 06, 01725, pp. 3173, 3813, 4744 
Base for gilded bronze statue of Flavius Olbius Auxentius Draucus, prefect of the City; commanded by the emperors. Rome, Forum of Trajan. 425-450. 
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[Statue of Flavius Olbius Auxentius Draucus. To Flavius Olbius Auxentius Draucus, of clarissimus and inlustris rank and patrician family, having performed the duties of the Senate with ready devotion, count of the first order and vicar of the City of Rome, companion of the imperial council ( comes sacri consistorii ), prefect of the City of Rome. On account of the outstanding merits of his administrations, which were so strong in integrity, judgement, and moderation, that his honour-inspiring authority safeguarded the reverence for [our] most sublime ruler, while his benevolent judgement guarded humanity. After an embassy of excellent and magnificent men was sent at the request of the most distinguished Senate, which is a just arbiter of worthiness, so that the worth of [his] accomplishments might grow, as was desired equally by enthusiasm and love for justice and providence, our lords Flavius Theodosius and Flavius Placidus Valentinianus, unconquered and triumphant emperors, forever Augusti, ordered as recompense and record of his virtues, which always attract exceptional honesty around [our] commonwealth, that a statue shining in gold be erected and placed [here].
Of Flavius Olbius Auxentius Draucus vir clarissimus. To Flavius Olbius Auxentius Draucus vir clarissimus and illuster, a man of patrician family, having fulfilled all the senate's obligations with unhesitating devotion, comes of the first rank, vicarius of the city of Rome, comes of the imperial consistory, prefect of the city of Rome, on account of the outstanding merits of his periods of office, which were so strong in integrity, judgement, and moderation that his honorific authority maintained respect for the most sublime power and (his) amiable judgement preserved human kindness, by request of the most ample senate, which is the proper arbiter of honours, the delegation having been mandated to excellent and magnificent men so that the dignity of the rewards be increased - (rewards) that were desired with equal zeal by a love of justice and foresigh - our lords the Falvii Theodosius and Placidus Valentinianus, unconquered and triumphant leaders forever Augusti, have ordered, for the remuneration and record of the virtues by which outstanding probity with regard to the republic is always encouraged, that a statue shining with gold be erected and put in place.
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